Students majoring in Fashion Merchandising & Retailing learn the business of fashion, one of South Florida's prominent industries
Students interested in golf can pursue their passion both on and off the turf -- as students in the university's unique golf management program, and as varsity athletes on the men's and women's golf teams.
JWU men's golf will be entering its 2016-2017 campaign coming off a season in which they racked up six Team Championships including their second straight Sun Conference Championship, five Individual Championships, three runner-ups and a 5th place finish at the 2016 NAIA National Championship.
JWU's North Miami Campus is home to nearly 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Last November, the campus was named No. 1 for diversity by The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education Ratings, and No. 3 nationwide. As explained in the rating, environment, "tracks several measures of diversity, including the racial and ethnic mix of students and faculty, the number of
international students and the number of students from less-fortunate financial backgrounds."
Scholarship support helps make a JWU education as affordable as possible for the more than 97 percent of students who have demonstrated financial need.
The student body at Johnson & Wales University’s North Miami Campus reflects the rich cultural diversity of South Florida, many of whom are first- generation college students. These students can successfully attain a college education thanks to generous support from private donors.
The North Miami Campus of Johnson & Wales University has a robust student life program which includes sororities and fraternities, clubs and organizations, Student Government Association and athletics programming.
One of the North Miami Campus' largest programs is the bachelor's degree in criminal justice, a program which gives students access to many areas of the growing law enforcement industry.
The North Miami Campus is situated on a tropical 29-acre campus which includes academic and administrative buildings, seven residence halls, and the Wildcat Center (JWU's hub of student life).
Bachelor of Science Degree
Johnson & Wales University offers 12 BS programs on the North Miami Campus. These include Baking & Pastry and Food Service Management, Business Administration, Business Studies, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts & Food Service Management, Fashion Merchandising & Retailing, Hotel & Lodging Management, Management, Marketing, Restaurant, Food & Beverage Management, Sports Entertainment/Event Management and Tourism & Hospitality Management.
Bachelor's degrees in Culinary Nutrition and Culinary Arts launched in fall 2017, as did the campus' first graduate program, a master's degree in business administration.
A bachelor's degree in software engineering launches in fall 2018.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Johnson & Wales University offers two BSBA degrees on its North Miami Campus in Entrepreneurship and International Business.
Associate in Science Degrees
Johnson & Wales University offers two AS degrees on its North Miami Campus in culinary arts and baking & pastry arts.
The North Miami Campus is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, division 3 and The Sun Conference. Home of the Wildcats, Johnson & Wales University offers women's volleyball, and men's and women's golf, basketball, soccer, track and cross country.
James H. Hance
Chair of the Board of Trustees
John J. Bowen
Larry A. Rice
North Miami Campus President
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.